Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Reading writing critiquing

For all you writerly-type droogies out there in the greater Cleveland area, I will be leading the Cleveland State University (CSU) public fiction workshop for the Spring 2006 session. Workshop sessions will be on Wednesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning this Wednesday, March 22, and will run for ten weeks. The sessions will be held in room 313 in CSU's Music and Communications Building, which is located on the Northwest corner of Euclid Avenue and East 21st Street. The group critiques fiction submitted by attendees. All of the workshops are free and open to the public. It is not necessary to attend all workshops in the series to participate.

This is where my writing career started in earnest over ten years ago and I am honored to be running it this time around. So if you're in the area and would like to come and throw your work in front of the group, I'd love to see you.

Your humble hostess,

Erin

10 comments:

Denny Shane said...

Damn! Why do I live in Texas?

Hope Dangling said...

you said WRITING and CAREER in the same sentence...you are my hero.

FLAMINGO1 said...

Damn, why does ANYONE live in Texas?

The Velvet Fog said...

I'm all over this.
I'll be the one in the back gazing longingly at the instructor

PDD said...

Will you bring your webcam with you? I will take notes.

Erin O'Brien said...

Well then, I shall scan the room with sultry eyes, searching for the elusive velvet fog, wondering how he earned such a name.

Erin O'Brien said...

Denny, I cannot answer that.

Flamingo, I cannot answer that.

Hope: you might want to meet me before making such an assertion.

PDD: Maybe this is like filming yourself having sex ....

Denny Shane said...

Well, it was a good idea at the time to move to Texas.

Henri Banks said...

Damn ...i dont live in texas...i live in europe much more further a way than denny ,you dont have a workshop in europe ?what can i say when you are in my area i love to see you ;-)

Hal said...

Returning to where it all began so you can give back.

Nothing cooler than that.